drunk vs drank

drunk drank


  • 1) A drinking-bout; a period of drunkenness.
  • 2) A habitual drinker, especially one who is frequently intoxicated.
  • 3) A drunken state.
  • 4) A bout of drinking.
  • 5) Slang A drunken condition; a spree.
  • 6) someone who is intoxicated
  • 7) A case of drunkenness; a drunken person.
  • 8) The regular past participle and a former preterit of drink.
  • 9) A spree; a drinking-bout.
  • 10) Elated or emboldened.
  • 11) In a state of intoxication caused by the consumption of excessive alcohol, usually by drinking alcoholic beverages.
  • 12) Intoxicated with alcoholic liquor to the point of impairment of physical and mental faculties.
  • 13) Overcome by strong feeling or emotion.
  • 14) Caused or influenced by intoxication.
  • 15) Drenched or saturated with moisture or liquid.
  • 16) Intoxicated with, or as with, strong drink; inebriated; drunken; -- never used attributively, but always predicatively.
  • 17) southern US Simple past of drink.
  • 18) Past participle of drink
  • 19) Bent; crooked: used to describe a bent screw which imparts a sidewise as well as an endwise motion to a nut.
  • 20) Drenchedorsaturated.
  • 21) Intoxicated; inebriated; overcome, stupefied, or frenzied by alcoholic liquor: used chiefly in the predicate.
  • 22) Drenched or saturated.


  • 1) slang dextromethorphan
  • 2) UK, dialect Wild oats, or darnel grass.
  • 3) slang a drink, usually alcoholic
  • 4) Prov. Eng. Wild oats, or darnel grass. See drake a plant.
  • 5) Preterit (and often past participle) of drink.
  • 6) Simple past of drink.
  • 7) of drink.


  • 1) There are many people drunk and taking drugs.
  • 2) They told police they undressed partygoers who had drunk too much to deter them from driving home.
  • 3) He gets so drunk he can barely stand.
  • 4) The chances are that my youngest will get really drunk at the wedding.
  • 5) He told the court he had not intentionally drunk alcohol - but pleaded guilty to the charge.
  • 6) In the 1970s, a third of drivers killed had drunk more than the law allowed.
  • 7) An airline pilot who allegedly passed out in the captain's seat has been arrested on suspicion of being drunk at the controls of a passenger jet.
  • 8) Or a drunk person I can't wake up?
  • 9) He said he was too drunk to remember what had happened.
  • 10) Something that rapidly becomes apparent when you give up alcohol is how boring drunk people can be.
  • 11) At least drunk drivers look out of their windscreen.
  • 12) Only five landlords in the whole country were convicted for selling alcohol to drunks last year.
  • 13) The rest were hazy on how much was drunk and by whom.
  • 14) You can get drunk or wasted all the time or look after yourself.
  • 15) He was frequently drunk and died when she was young.
  • 16) The sight of police officers having to plead with drunks to go home quietly is embarrassing.
  • 17) When we got to the speeches he was so drunk he was really slurred.
  • 18) To serve anybody who is clearly drunk is an offence and should be stamped on hard.
  • 19) They are not so particular about a drunk best man succeeding.
  • 20) Lots of people are drunk and out of control.
  • 21) More than a third of alleged victims had drunk alcohol.
  • 22) The couple were also charged with being drunk outside licensed premises.
  • 23) You can get drunk but you should not be incapable.
  • 24) Often he would stagger home drunk in the middle of the night.
  • 25) We went for a drink with him recently and my girlfriend got really drunk.
  • 26) New research suggests that motorists who fiddle with their phones are more dangerous than drivers who are drunk or stoned.
  • 27) The person must be drunk to the extent of loss of self-control.
  • 28) She says she is a different person when drunk and doesn't know how to control herself.
  • 29) Besides, we got too drunk to remember.
  • 30) They've come so close but were clearly too drunk to undo the zip.
  • 31) ‘What better opportunity are you going to get to show off your moves on stage for a room full of drunk strangers?’
  • 32) ‘Sometimes, in this industry, crazy drunk people call you at work for no apparent reason.’
  • 33) ‘There were reports of car surfing, vandalism and a high number of drunk teenagers.’
  • 34) ‘Maybe the Professor was even more drunk than he remembers, which is usually the case.’
  • 35) ‘The youngsters then fled the scene when the police arrived, only to be picked up later drunk and abusive.’
  • 36) ‘During the past few years, pilots have had to deal with drunk passengers who have kicked holes in the doors.’
  • 37) ‘Perhaps this is an approach to discouraging driving while drunk and thirsty.’
  • 38) ‘So my experiment to stay continuously drunk nine days straight has hit a slight snag.’
  • 39) ‘He had come in a drunken rage only to find her already drunk mother at home.’
  • 40) ‘It's one thing playing to a bunch of drunk students on a Saturday night.’
  • 41) ‘She got really drunk tonight and didn't want to go home to her parents so she showed up here.’
  • 42) ‘These are not the kind of responsibilities a drunk cares to shoulder.’
  • 43) ‘We had a drunk chat about it last week and I've thought about it before.’
  • 44) ‘As the train pulled into Shepherds Bush, one of their drunk mates was waiting on the platform and was greeted like a hero.’
  • 45) ‘Will drunk college students attempt to scale the seven metre structure?’
  • 46) ‘If I had a penny for every cute barman in the world, I'd be a very drunk man.’
  • 47) ‘While drunk last weekend, I discovered that I could fit the crowbar through the hole in my earlobe.’
  • 48) ‘He then asked them if they thought that a drunk man would have had the presence of mind to jump into the back.’
  • 49) ‘A couple of people walked out when I was in Edinburgh but one of them was a very drunk man and I asked him to leave.’
  • 50) ‘It's hard to imagine how a drunk bully of a father is likely to remember a law that bans smacking.’
  • 51) ‘Floral tributes perfume the cool morning air and the atmosphere is drunk with sweetness.’
  • 52) ‘He was filled with euphoria for this moment, drunk with passion.’
  • 53) ‘His bloodshot eyes were glassy, now drunk with outrage.’
  • 54) ‘Yet I was so drunk with what I was doing, and her dark hair, tanned skin and chocolate eyes were all that was needed in order for me to set loose on her.’
  • 55) ‘Finally, still drunk with sleep, Adrian realized it was the phone.’
  • 56) ‘And so, for the next few days or so, we're loopy with love, drunk with it.’
  • 57) ‘The Mets grabbed as headlines this winter with their splashy signings, leaving New York fans drunk with hope.’
  • 58) ‘He has become drunk with power as the leader of the tribe.’
  • 59) ‘He came to Paris and found his true destiny as a symbolist poet, perpetually drunk with the power, the colour and the music of words.’
  • 60) ‘The crowd is even bigger than when he went in because of a couple of drunks who have taken up residence on a bench nearby.’
  • 61) ‘It probably would have been better if I had been drunk; they say drunks fall off all sorts of things and are fine, because they're floppy.’
  • 62) ‘The headache usually begins half an hour after drinking, and drunks can have very serious headaches.’
  • 63) ‘Although the drunks sit and drink directly in front of the CCTV camera little or no action appears to be taken against them.’
  • 64) ‘The two tend to lean on each other, like a couple of drunks propping each other up.’
  • 65) ‘Police had stopped drunks from hanging about but, over the last couple of months, they have drifted back.’
  • 66) ‘An unprecedented blitz by police on drunks and licensees who sell alcohol to under-age drinkers starts today.’
  • 67) ‘In the 10 years that I have been a drinker, I've known a lot of drunks.’
  • 68) ‘Though he admired drunks immoderately, he was seldom seen drunk in what was already a heavy - drinking milieu.’
  • 69) ‘We can drink a little, drink a lot or become staggering drunks that have stopped studying altogether.’
  • 70) ‘It follows, then, that Mark's idea of restricting access to alcohol for mean drunks is also a good idea.’
  • 71) ‘I never went in, but sat a way up the road on a bench near the tiny Council garden, the one normally claimed by the weekend drunks, but I was too shattered to care.’
  • 72) ‘The drunks were still on the streets, but not in great numbers.’
  • 73) ‘It should be relatively easy to pick off the strays, the drunks and the aesthetically challenged from the edge of the dance floor.’
  • 74) ‘Eight objectors have written to the council saying a new licence would mean loud music, late night drunks, loss of parking and damage to their cars.’
  • 75) ‘How many people in public places are scared of drunks?’
  • 76) ‘I really wasn't that stoked about getting into a touchy political discourse with a bunch of drunks I didn't know.’
  • 77) ‘He said he saw a drunk walking down the street who ‘just floated up and disappeared’.’


  • 1) Sixty pounds for two greedy people who drank quite a lot.
  • 2) He drank without noticing that he did so.
  • 3) We just sat around and drank.
  • 4) Their marriages were over, but he drank heavily because he was unhappy.
  • 5) It was my birthday recently and I only drank eight beers and half a bottle of Malibu.
  • 6) I can hardly bear to think of all that skimmed milk I drank.
  • 7) ‘In 1997, 35 percent of coffee drinkers indicated they drank specialty coffees.’
  • 8) ‘Some 70,000 guests drank, danced, listened to lectures or explored the museum on their own.’
  • 9) ‘We drove around all day, doing interviews, and then ate and drank together in the evenings.’
  • 10) ‘Among teens that already drank milk, consumption increased by 6 percent during that same time period.’
  • 11) ‘We learn that afterwards his marriage failed and that he drank heavily.’
  • 12) ‘Melville wore a Stetson and drank Coca-Cola.’
  • 13) ‘Students drank fruit juice for 10 weeks that had been fortified with either 10 mg or 20 mg of zinc or that had not been fortified at all.’
  • 14) ‘He never smoked or drank.’
  • 15) ‘They talked and drank all night.’
  • 16) ‘The man said it was the burdock tea he made with the burrs and drank daily that kept him strong, and not sick a day in this life!’
  • 17) ‘He turned the truck around, said, "Let's get us some dranks," and drove toward Ephron's Market.’
  • 18) ‘"Because you are business class show the café attendant your ticket stub and you get complimentary dranks."’
  • 19) ‘Avoid the room with a view of the cafeteria, where "Buy U A drank" is being blasted at 200 megawatts.’
  • 20) ‘It generally gets crowded close to show time, but the bartenders are super attentive and get your dranks quickly.’
  • 21) ‘I will come back repeatedly and guzzle dranks forever if you keep that pinball!’
  • 22) ‘We had multiple servers attend to us (don't remember them now because of all the dranks!).’
  • 23) ‘Afterwards I usually have a few dranks for fun.’
  • 24) ‘If you are zipping down Ashland on your way home, presumably after a few dranks, have the cabbie make a quick pit stop.’
  • 25) ‘Come for dranks of the alcoholic variety, drinks of the non-alcoholic variety, vegan and non-vegan snacks.’
  • 26) ‘Bring your lady Thursday nights (dollar dranks from 10pm to 1am).’

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